graphicxtras.com > Window frame shapes for Photoshop CC CS6 CS5 CS4 etc and Elements 14 - 1 in CSH format including exciting elaborate, extruded, outlines and more
Works with: Photoshop, Elements
License: Extended Commercial, royalty free
Check out presets in window frames set (#150) CSH 100 Window frame shapes in CSH format for Photoshop and Elements, use them in CC CS6 CS5 CS4 etc as well as the standalone versions of the Adobe application.
Set includes outline window frame shapes, shadows, extruded designs, elaborate artworks, curved art, mirror designs, silhouettes, different top and bottom forms and more. The artwork is all supplied in standard CSH format for use in PS & PSE
Commercial use as well as personal use, use in all your projects without any restrictions. The artworks are all royalty free, use them world wide, no credit is required, all the artworks are by graphicxtras.com / Andrew Buckle
They are easy to load and use via the preset panel and via the toolbar and cookie cutter tool in PSE. You can re-color the artworks, use them as layers, use them as paths, you can distort them, convert them into smart objects, use them with filters, use them with other paths, you can export the vectors to other applications such as Illustrator, you can edit them and much more. You can find a huge selection of video tutorials on the graphicxtras section of Youtube.com (though not specific about the window frame shapes). You can complete the window frame shape in numerous ways such as add bars across the image so you can add thin bars across the image and more
On purchase of the set, you receive the window frame shapes in CSH along with documentation and gallery and serial number for any future updates of the set
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If you are looking for additional information on how use the presets in your work then a good source to check out is our video tutorials section 'graphicxtras' on youtube.com. Many tutorials can also be found on the Tipdesk.com site as well. You can find out how to install the CSH files, how to load them into the preset's panel, how to use them with the cookie cutter tool, how to export them to other applications such as Illustrator, how to re-color them, how to warp them, how to distort, how to edit the artwork and much more. Any questions, please let us know.
You can find a whole lot more information about the custom shapes on the Adobe site